New Ad Regulations

Your new ad looks beautiful, eye catching, and will definitely attract a lot of attention…but is it compliant with the Kansas Real Estate Commission’s (KREC) new advertising regulations? Here are a few things you should keep in mind before publishing … [Read more...]

Don’t Overlook This Detail When Planning Your Next Open House

The smell of cookies wafts through the air and bottled water is waiting for the guests. It’s going to be a perfect open house! However, left on the bathroom sink, hidden behind the medicine cabinet door, or neatly tucked away in a closet may be a … [Read more...]

How Southeast Kansas Association of REALTORS® and a Placemaking Grant helped transform Independence

Celebration Park sits on an active corner in the city of Independence. Centrally located, it’s the center spot for all parades, near a major highway, and across from Memorial Hall where several community events are held. Once a vacant convenience … [Read more...]

Kansas Association of REALTORS® Announces Statewide Partnership To Reduce Hunger

The kitchen is considered the hearth and heart of a home; it is the hub where family and friends gather to share each other’s company over a meal. For many Kansans, however, the kitchen is also a source of stress. Stress about not having enough food … [Read more...]

Fight To Preserve Historic Tax Benefits

The recent governor’s veto raised taxes on middle-class Kansans. Federal tax reform in 2017 doubled the standard deduction, however, the State of Kansas did not. Filers who take the higher standard deduction on their federal taxes, must accept the … [Read more...]

Lawrence Board of REALTORS® – Giving Back To The Community

This fall the Lawrence Board of REALTORS® will hold their 6th Annual Charity Classic golf tournament. Since it began in 2013 the tournament has grown and now there are spots for up to 100 golfers. Golfers are not just REALTORS® though, affiliate … [Read more...]

Register For Upcoming USDA Community Facilities Workshops In Kansas

More than 100 types of projects are eligible for funding under USDA’s Community Facilities program. Eligible applicants include municipalities, public bodies, nonprofit organizations and federally recognized Native American tribes. Projects must be … [Read more...]

IT and Wire Fraud

Using computer in the office While human actions are the best way to protect yourself against wire fraud, your computer can be a player in the equation as well. Take time to update your devices and programs While it is tempting to ignore … [Read more...]

Hays Board of REALTORS® – Giving Back To The Community

The Hays Board of REALTORS® adds a little competition to their Core Standards work. In 2018 they issued a challenge to the local real estate offices to gather as many supplies as they could to donate to First Call for Help. The organization works to … [Read more...]

Southwest Kansas Board – Giving Back To The Community

When it comes to fundraising the Southwest Kansas Board of REALTORS® does things a little differently. 2019 marks the fourth year of the Lil’ Buckers Rodeo, SWKSBOR’s largest fundraising event of the year. The event allows children ages 6-18 to show … [Read more...]

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